War, pestilence, and the dangers of work and travel ensured that the consideration of death was rarely far from the medieval consciousness, and constituted a significant theme of medieval art, literature, and music. In a diverse programme of secular and sacred works, we present a broad range of attitudes and approaches to mortality – from the theological and elegiac to the philosophical, macabre, and even playful.
Tickets: $20 ($14 for students, seniors, unwaged)
Available from UofTTix Box Office: uofttix.ca; 416-978-8849
7 Hart House Circle (west side of Queen's Park Circle, northwest of Wellesley Street West & Queen's Park Crescent West; 4-minute walk south of the Museum subway station).
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